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Summary

Judith Rosenberg, captain of the spaceship ARES, is under pressure. After the previous mission to Mars crashed, she is supposed to set down the first humans on the Red Planet.

Maxim Goncharov, meanwhile, has other problems to contend with. He's in charge of building an international lunar base at the moon's south pole, where the sun almost always shines. But his crew is slowly running out of resources. Humankind seems to have lost interest in the moon. When the ARES encounters an interstellar visitor, the researchers on the moon uncover its true nature; a discovery with terrible consequences, as Judith and Maxim find out almost simultaneously.

The Wall: Eternal Day depicts a fateful chain of events that changes the solar system and all its inhabitants forever. But there are two sides to every fate. In The Wall: Eternal Night by Joshua T. Calvert, you will learn about the other side....

©2021 Brandon Q. Morris (P)2021 Podium Audio

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  • xpda
  • 07-01-22

Not the best

The characters seemed stupid and clueless in much of their behavior. I was constantly thinking “why doesn’t he/she just do this?” Book is not as good as most of Morris’s.

(Minor flaw: geosynchronous orbits are equatorial.)

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  • Anthony Chappell
  • 23-05-22

Uhm..ok

Felt like I got nothing from those book. I was sucked into the story and was eager to start the 2nd book. This one was boring and devoid of an actual story. Then all of a sudden the book ends I was hit with a whole hour of moon facts. (Which i didnt finish) Like, one second the character was examining something then, boom, the narrator is droning on about moon facts. I fast-forwarded a few minutes trying to get back to the character only to realize that was it.

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  • Tm
  • 02-04-22

Made it half way

I wanted to like it but there are books in my wish list that are more compelling. Never really moved the needle for me.

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  • Matthew
  • 30-01-22

The Wall journey continues....

A very original concept followed up by fine execution. Davis is fast becoming one of my favorite performers, and he takes BQM's words and brings them to life in a consistent, creative manner. The entire concept of writing opposite sides of the same story is both interesting, and unique. A different take on dystopian sci-fi, and well worth the credit. Recommended.